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How Many Girls Did You Rape When You Were Young And At The Mercy Of Your Raging Hormones, Senator Chambliss?

by Jean Ann Esselink ● 1:52 PM June 6, 2013
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Rape is not a crime of an uncontrolled libido. Rape is a crime of uncontrolled violence. Men in power need to grasp that concept.

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Revealing Report Examines Hate Violence Against LGBTQ And HIV-Affected Communities

by Guest Author ● 12:47 PM June 4, 2013
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A just-released report today finds the majority of homicide victims of hate violence in 2012 were people of color, over half were transgender women, and one-third were gay men.

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American Observances Of IDAHO Focus Inward

by Clinton Fein ● 12:34 PM May 18, 2013
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From NYC to San Francisco, America’s LGBT community marked the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO) in a far different fashion than our international brothers and sisters.

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LGBT People Must Forge Global Solidarity Against Extremist Anti-Gay US Evangelicals

by Vincent Warren ● 2:35 PM May 17, 2013
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Today marks the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO) when momentum to advance marriage equality in the United States is rapidly moving forward, while US evangelicals have shifted their focus to exporting hatred toward LGBTQ people internationally.

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DOMA Case Analysis And Arguments: A Lesbian Love-In Small Screen Celluloid Moment

by Tanya Domi ● 5:27 PM March 28, 2013
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It was lesbian heaven on the small screen celluloid world last night when Rachel Maddow kicked off her show with a loving treatise to Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg during a segment filled with and defined by powerful women who have changed our world for the better.

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Growing Demand to Stop Gender Based Violence Marks International Women’s Day 2013

by Tanya Domi ● 4:05 PM March 8, 2013
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From the horrific rape of a young Indian woman in Delhi, India to the rapes of US military women in the United States, the world’s citizenry erupts in indignant opposition to the ugly specter of gender based violence that haunts women in every corner of the world

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Farewell Hillary For the Moment: Rest, Relax and Keep the Door Open to 2016!

by Tanya Domi ● 2:24 PM February 1, 2013
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Hillary Clinton departs her post as Secretary of State today to an unknown future. While millions of supporters wish her well, she no doubt deserves to take a long rest, as many fervently hope for a Clinton presidential run in 2016

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UN Embarrassed by Serb Nationalist; Secretary General Issues Apology

by Tanya Domi ● 11:03 AM January 18, 2013
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Serbian nationalist Vuk Jeremic stinks up the UN with a “New Year’s” self-celebration, dragging Secretary Ban Ki-Moon through Serbia’s perverse patriotic mud and they wonder why Serbia is a pariah state

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The Riddled Death Of Spencer Cox

by Chivas Sandage ● 1:22 PM January 12, 2013
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Chivas Sandage writes a profound tribute to Spencer Cox and challenges us to question why the man who wrote the breakthrough drug trial protocol that saved millions of lives likely died because he didn’t take his medication.

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Where Are The Women, President Obama?

by Tanya Domi ● 9:26 AM January 12, 2013
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Dust-up in D.C. as Hillary Clinton prepares to step down, to be replaced by John Kerry, leaving a national security team to be composed of all white males that would make even Ronald Reagan happy

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India to USA: “I Am Somebody and I Don’t Deserve to be Raped”

by Tanya Domi ● 11:53 AM January 6, 2013
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From New Delhi, India to Steubenville, Ohio, the planet is experiencing an epidemic of violence against women and girls that is intolerable and must be confronted

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Licensed To Parent: The Unasked Question

by Guest Author ● 1:41 PM December 29, 2012
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Lance Fein challenges America and its policy makers to consider licensing parents in view of the tragic mass murder of 20 children and six adults in Newtown, Connecticut.

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How To Separate Unstable People From Their Guns – A Practical Plan

by Jean Ann Esselink ● 12:37 PM December 19, 2012
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One way communities could reduce gun violence? Enable judges to review concerns that a gun owning family member has become unstable.

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International Human Rights Day: The Legacy Of Eleanor Roosevelt

by Tanya Domi ● 4:42 PM December 10, 2012
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Eleanor Roosevelt’s biographer says if she were alive today she would celebrate the advancement of the LGBT, economic and social human rights movements globally.